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How can the deeds of a person be free from Riya'?
Leaving off deeds because of the people is Riya' and carrying out deeds because of the people is polytheism.



Relying on Allaah and abiding by the means
A person must embark on the means when seeking after sustenance, whilst at the same time putting his trust in Allaah to achieve his objective.



The fruits of putting one’s trust in Allaah
Whoever puts his trust in Allaah, He will suffice him.



Things that invalidate Islaam
A Muslim may become an apostate by committing one of the things that nullifies Islaam and renders his blood and money violable and turn him out of the fold of Islaam.



The correct ‘Aqeedah
What is obligatory for a Muslim to know in the ‘Aqeedah (the belief and creed) in order for him to actually be a true Muslim?



Wishing for death
It is not lawful for you to wish for death, because of the general prohibition.



Is it true that when Allaah loves a people He tests them?
Is it true that Allaah tests whom He loves, because we hear these kind of statements a lot?



Love Fear and Hope: The three essential ingredients for 'Eemaan

One of the most beautiful things about the concept of worship in Islaam is the truly unique way in which it incorporates the feeling of love, fear and hope within the hearts of the worshippers of Allaah.




The Straight Path
Allaah's Straight Path is to carry out His commands and leave off His prohibitions.



Determining the forbidden shape of the cross
Is the emblem on the front and back of a Mercedes and a Chevrolet considered a cross?



Celebration of New Year’s Day
All that was not considered as religion at the time of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and his Companions cannot be considered today a religion.



Required condition of travelling to country of disbelievers
It is permissible for a person to travel to a country of disbelievers in order to work or trade provided that he knows his religion.

 
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